On Tuesday, Google announced the introduction of e-SIM wireless service in India with Reliance and Airtel Telecom Carriers for its ‘pixel 3’ smartphones. Google was the first vendor to bring an e-SIM support smartphone with Project Fi last year.
On Tuesday, Google announced the introduction of e-SIM wireless service with its Reliance and Airtel Telecom carriers for its ‘pixel 3’ smartphones in India. Google was the first vendor to bring an e-SIM support smartphone with Project Fi last year. ‘Project Fi’ is now called ‘Google Fie’.
“In the next few months, Sprint in America, EE in England, Airtel and Reliance Jio in India and many other countries, Triphon and Gigski also have ‘Pixel 3’ smartphones, ” Partnership at Google ”, Kerry Lenhart Hogan, said in a statement. The e-SIM is going to bring convenience. ‘
Connects to the Career Network with one click e-SIM
They said, ‘If you are in Germany, then quickly find’ Pixel 3 ‘phone with the e-SIM function from Dutch telecom and Vodafone.’ The first major smartphone with E-SIM was ‘Pixel 2’. The e-SIM is a SIM that lets you quickly connect to the carrier network with just one click.
With E-SIM, the user can connect various devices in the Google ecosystem of the Vir OS Smartwatch from the Android smartphone’s Chromebook.
Google said, “To implement continuous and simple experiments in ecosystems, we are creating a program that will allow Android devices to create e-SIM smartphones.” The 64 GB variant of ‘Pixel 3’, launched in October, costs Rs 71,000 in India and 128 GB storage variant costs up to 80,000 rupees. Price of 64 GB variant of ‘pixel 3 xl’ is 83,000 and 128 GB worth of variants is up to Rs 92,000.